Amit shah test negative for covid after two test in last one week

Amit shah tests negative for COVID- 19 after two tests in last one week:
Amit Shah who has Union Home Minister the member of Bhartiya Janta Party. Amit Shah was admitted on 2nd August at Madanta hospital which is located in Gurugram (Gurgaon) for 12day due to his novel coronavirus report is positive than he has admitted or quarantine. But he has discharge after three days again he has faced some health issues which is symptoms of COVID-19 breathing difficulties, illness than he was admitted to AIIMS on 17 august where is COVID-19 report has negative


What is Nobel corona or COVID-19
Covid-19 or novel coronavirus is the same. It is origin from china but suffered the world. It is the virus which is people cause death, so this is the virus is a big challenge to us we fight against this virus due to the novel coronavirus our pm has decided to lock down in India. it’s causing death and also those people go to contact with infected people than they also cause corona so people can manage social distancing


Amit shah

Dry Cough
shortness of breath
Chest pain or pressure
Loss of speech or movement
Breathing difficulties and so on. So we cannot identify it’s normal fever cold or coronavirus.

Amit shah tweet
Union Home Minister Amit shah has tweeted on his health issues he said thank you to God and all well-wishers and also doctors
He said today’s my novel corona report has come negative and I’m thankful you to God and hearty to thankyou my well-wishers who have supported my family and lent strength to me and my family in these tough times. On the advice of doctors, I will stay in home isolation for a few days.

His original tweets in hindi

आज मेरी कोरोना टेस्ट रिपोर्ट नेगेटिव आई है।

मैं ईश्वर का धन्यवाद करता हूँ और इस समय जिन लोगों ने मेरे स्वास्थ्यलाभ के लिए शुभकामनाएं देकर मेरा और मेरे परिजनों को ढाढस बंधाया उन सभी का ह्रदय से आभार व्यक्त करता हूँ।
डॉक्टर्स की सलाह पर अभी कुछ और दिनों तक होम आइसोलेशन में रहूँगा।

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